Thursday, December 4, 2008
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
For full version go Mother Teresa
What do you know about Mother Teresa? Check your knowledge.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
e-card by Robert, class 5b, Primary School No 5, Bielsk Podlaski, Poland
Boguslaw's Mother is an artist. She can make beautiful things. Boguslaw is very proud of her. He wants to introduce her. Let's watch the video and meet Mrs. Agnieszka Babulewicz.
The video produced by pupils from Primary School No 5, Bielsk Podlaski, Poland
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Sunday, August 17, 2008
Answer the following questions and then ask your mother:
1.What does your mother like doing best?
a. She likes reading books and dreaming about journeys.
b. She likes watching TV.
c. She likes cooking delicious dinners for her family.
d. She likes meeting friends.
2.What does not your mother like doing?
a. She doesn’t like sitting and doing anything.
b. She doesn’t like listening to very loud music.
c. She doesn’t like ironing.
3.Your mother is very happy when…
a. You give her a present you made by yourself.
b. You tidy your room.
c. You help her with the housework.
4.What makes your mother feel better when she is sad?
a. A good comedy film?
b. A good joke?
c. A cake with cream?
d. A nice walk with you?
If most of your and your mother’s answers are the same it means that you know your mother really well.
Pupils from Primary School No 5, Bielsk Podlaski, Poland
Dziękuję Ci Mamo za twój trud,
Codzienne starania i miłość.
Dziękuję Ci Mamo, za to, że jesteś zawsze ze mną.
Thank you mum for your bother,
Everyday care and love,
Thank you mum, for this, that you are always near me.
Flowers for Mom, by pupils from Primary School No 5, Bielsk Podlaski, Poland
- it's a PowerPoint presentation
Friday, August 15, 2008
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Friday, August 8, 2008
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Everyone can say to Her My Holy Mother.
Saint Mary is the subject of much veneration. Especially May is devoted to Her. In May the Litany of Loreto (in Latin: Litaniae lauretanae) is recited in every church where worshippers are gathered and in a group setting. The litany contains many of the titles used formally and informally for the Virgin Mary.
Litany of Loreto
V. Lord, have mercy.
Holy Mary, pray for us.
Saint Mary is also the subject of pupils'arts works. There are images of Holy Vergin by the youngest pupils from Primary School No 5, Bielsk Podlaski, Poland
The Mother of God
Children like singing songs for their mothers and about their mothers. Adults and children like singing songs for Saint Mary the Mother of God and all people as well.
Bogurodzica (The Mother of God) is the oldest Polish religious hymn. Composed in the 10th-13th century.
Bogurodzica, dziewica, Bogiem sławiena Maryja,
Twego syna, Gospodzina, matko zwolena Maryja,
Zyszczy nam, spuści nam.
Twego dziela krzciciela, Bożyce,
Usłysz głosy, napełń myśli człowiecze.
Słysz modlitwę, jąż nosimy,
A dać raczy, jegoż prosimy,
A na świecie zbożny pobyt,
Po żywocie rajski przebyt.
Mother of God, Virgin, by God glorified Mary,
From your son, our Lord, chosen mother, Mary!
Win over for us, send to us.
Son of God, for the sake of your Baptist,
Hear our voices, fulfill man's intentions.
Hearken to the prayer that we offer,
And deign to give us what we ask for:
On earth, a pious sojourn,
After life, heavenly residence.
Deigenitrix illibata, Dei dicata Maria,
Apud tuum filium es electa, Maria,
Lucreris, veniam et miserere.
Tui Domini Baptisam pareens Dei,
Audi vota, reple vota mentes hominum,
Audi vota, reple vota mentes hominum,
Refunde, redde hoc, quod quesumus:
Da in hoc esse celi esse.
Consurge nos propter Deum
Hac sede homo faustulus,
Dum perduxit populum,
Abduxit baratro sinum.
For full version go to: Bogurodzica
Friday, July 25, 2008
Saturday, July 19, 2008
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
This provides freely reworked by pupils of my school and built using the technique of the theatre of shadows tells the story of fairy castle on Clouds and his two sons: Aquilotto more enterprising beginning to discover the world already as a child and after several years back from the mother and tells all the adventures and Canarino jealous of his brother who is constantly on the sidelines. Mum bringing the sea makes him understand that as sea water even if it is taken in a container by men it never decreases also 'Mother's love is enough for everyone and it never decreases.
Monday, July 7, 2008
Sunday, July 6, 2008
Saturday, July 5, 2008
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
THE POEM FOR THE DEAREST MOTHER
the poem and the picture by pupils from Primary School No 5, Bielsk Podlaski, Poland
My mother's eyes are like shining stars.
Her mouth is like a flowering rose.
She is nice, gentle and wise.
She is the dearest and the nearest.
Monday, June 30, 2008
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Mothering Sunday has been celebrated in Great Britain since the 16th century.
It always falls on the fourth Sunday in Lent, so therefore it is not a fixed date (this year it is the 2nd March).
Mothering Sunday was also known as Refreshment Sunday or Mid-Lent Sunday.
It was called Refreshment Sunday because the fasting for Lent was relaxed.
Approximately four hundred years ago people who lived in small villages made a point of not going to their local church but attending a service at their nearest town or city, to the 'Mother Church'.
If they had visited the Mother Church they would say they had gone a 'Mothering'.
Young boys or girls who worked in service were allowed the day to visit their families.
They would take a small gift of eggs or flowers (which they would have gathered on the way home). Sometimes the cook would have allowed them to bake a 'Simnel cake'.
Nowadays a Simnel cake is often baked as an Easter cake.
In modern Great Britain mothering Sunday is celebrated by children giving their mother's cards and giftsoften flowers or chocolates.
Many families go out for a traditional Sunday roast dinner to give mum the day off!
Mnay churches still celebrate by holding a special mothering Sunday service so that children can offer thanks to their mothers.
Children are given a small posy of flowers to present to their mother's.
Saturday, June 28, 2008
Friday, June 27, 2008
Translated by Anna Tolwińska
KRAK – SUBTITLES
CITIZEN : Listen to my favourite storyAbout Prince Krak who seemed to worry.
PRINCE KRAK: I am still my eye keeping. On that cave where dragon’s sleeping.
DRAGON: My heart is made of heavy stone. I’ll take Krak’s daughter, she will be gone.
PRINCESS: Oh no, bad dragon, leave me alone!
CITIZEN : Mother starts crying as well as Krak.
KRAK: Give my little daughter back!Give me back my little baby!
DRAGON: NO, she’ll be my beloved lady!
CITIZEN: The boy named Skuba lived there too. And he knew what to do.
SKUBA: I will buy some sulphur tomorrow to fulfill the sheepskin with no sorrow. When the dragon eats his meal I ensure he will be ill. He is not very suspicious.
DRAGON: Oh, that sheep looks so delicious!
CITIZEN: The dragon has got stomach ache. So he know the sheep was fake.
SKUBA: The bad dragon is our pastSo please marry me at last!
PRINCESS: As you see I’m Skuba’s bride and I’m telling this with pride.
Look at the most beautiful flowers for the dearest mothers.